Resistance: Fall of Man User Reviews
Resistance: Fall Of Man is set in 1951 after aliens (Chimeras) invaded Russia and the rest of Europe. Chimeras infect civilians who then become soldiers for them. Americans send troops to England to help but they all get infected besides Nathan Hale who can’t be infected. He gains some new powers, but doesn’t transform into a creature. You control Nathan Hale throughout the game as you try to defeat the Chimeras.
The story is interesting especially because Nathan cannot be infected. He is troubled for sure, but he is still able to do his job. This makes him different and likeable. The story ...
Note: This review covers the single-player campaign only.
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It’s set after World War 2 in December 1949 and onwards. Russia and Europe have been swept over by the unstoppable power of the Chimera, creatures believed to be part of a Russian experiment but then later revealed as a ruthless alien race. They advance on Europe and swallow it whole until all is left is Great Britain. The Chimera h...
- The graphics and visuals in Resistance: Fall of Man are stunning, to say the very least. It utilizes the PS3s hardware very effectively in this way.
- The sound effects and music featured in the game aren't annoying and don't seem to get old. Everything fits and sounds as you would imagine it to ((other than the sound it makes when you hit corpses. That's just strange)).
- Replay value is quite high for it. There are three original difficulties, and you can unlock a fourth if you beat the hard mode. After beating the game once, you unlock new weapons and some online content. Plus, it keeps track of how many times you've beaten the game; that's a good way to build bragging rights.
- If you're just picking up this game, expect to be behind by quite a bit in your online gaming. The people there have been playing since the launch of the game and tend to be relentless. You're almost required to play hundreds of unranked games before tapping into the ranked ones, unless you don't care about your rank being extremely low.Summary:
This game is a phenomenal example of how well the PS3 can perform. Resistance: Fall of Man has so many strong points ranging from the massively expansive levels to boasting NO drops in the frame rate. All in all, it's a very solid game.
If you're not much of an FPS gamer, you'll need to start a campaign on Easy mode if you don't want to put yourself through too much strain. Going through the game once on Easy is more than enough to give you a good feel for the game and should prepare you to jump into the campaign again at a higher difficulty.
Something nice about the campaign is the length...
Well, I got this game used at EB, for about $59.99 Plus tax (Canadian funds of course). I got it because I heard it was pretty good, and it looked interesting. I don't like FPS games that much, not since Goldeneye 64 and Perfect Dark 64 anyhow. I should say its pretty fun, certainly worth the money IMO.
Contents of Game
Single Player (30 mission, 4 levels of difficulty)
Offline Co-Op (play missions with a buddy)
Offline/Network Multiplayer (Play with 7 buddies, or people on a network)
Online Multiplayer (Play with up to 40 people in an online game
There is also unlockable conte...
Resistance: Fall Of Man
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